Cancer symptoms: Two recurrent signs of a growing tumour

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Cancer symptoms: Two recurrent signs of a growing tumour

“The type of lung cancer you have determines which treatments are recommended,” the NHS elaborated. In the earliest of stages, where the cancerous cells are confined to a small area, surgery is the best option. If, however, surgery is unsuitable, radiotherapy might be suggested instead. When the cancer has spread, chemotherapy is usually recommended.

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“The type of lung cancer you have determines which treatments are recommended,” the NHS elaborated.

In the earliest of stages, where the cancerous cells are confined to a small area, surgery is the best option.

If, however, surgery is unsuitable, radiotherapy might be suggested instead.

When the cancer has spread, chemotherapy is usually recommended.



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